Investigators now believe it to have been a murder-suicide in Guilford County, NC. In a rather sad situation, a man and woman were not involved in a romantic relationship but rather were prior friends and co-workers according to a Greensboro attorney.
The man was served with cyberstalking warrants and felony stalking charges and was let out on a $15,000 bond. The warrants dated back to January 2020, and the victim in the murder was the victim of the stalking chase. Our Greensboro criminal lawyer has been advised that this may be what set the man off to do something even more brazen.
The exact details are yet to be released, but High Point police responded to a shots fired call between 9 and 9:30 AM. Upon arrival, they found the man dead on a porch with a handgun. He also had an additional clip for ammunition on him at the time that they found him. Our Greensboro firearm by felon lawyer has been advised that he wasn’t a convicted felon at the time of this or the previous incident.
Upon a search of his vehicle they found a holster for the gun as well as binoculars. Police believe after he was released he devised a plan to kill her then kill himself. Such a sad story, two young lives lost far too soon. Our Greensboro criminal defense attorneys send their thoughts and prayers out to all who have any association with this case.